Gaming Innovation Group (GIG) has agreed a deal with SuprNation to launch the start-up gaming business’ new offering onto its iGaming Cloud (iGC) platform service.
GIG’s iGC client management platform offers a range of services to online gaming operators, with its two core functions to eliminate technological bottlenecks and reduce costs for operators and white labels.
The SuprNation deal will represent the 13th iGC agreement for GIG, with total annual contributions from the iGC platform clients amounting to approximately €5.3 million ($5.9 million).
“We have looked at all the platforms on the market and feel that iGC has the best fit for SuprNation, both in terms of the platform services but also the mindset and ambition level of the team,” SuperNation co-founder and chief operating officer Henric Andersson said.
Robin Reed, chief executive of GIG, added: “The iGamingCloud platform is an attractive solution for start-up companies within the online gaming industry and this agreement once again highlights our position.”
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